58103

Kuuma Kettle Grills

Kuuma Kettle Grills

Description

The Kuuma Kettle Grill features 175 square inches of cooking surface, stay-cool handle, latching lid and removable heat plate/liner assembly for easy cleaning.

Features

  • Constructed Of Stainless Steel To Withstand Harsh Marine Environments
  • Can Be Mounted Using Any Kuuma Rod, Rail, Or Pedestal Mount
  • Leg Base Is Available Separately For Tabletop Grilling
List Price
$225.03
Your Price
$169.09
In Stock

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